Vol. IV No. 14 - Saturday April 2 - April  8, 2005
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A most happy birthday to HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn

The Kingdom of Thailand on April 2 celebrates the most auspicious occasion of the Royal Anniversary of Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn’s birth. We at the Chiangmai Mail join the Kingdom of Thailand in offering our most humble birthday wishes to HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn for a long, healthy and happy life.

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Local residents help snare stand-over gang

Chiangmai hotels


Eggs and bunnies instead of stars and stripes

US Consulate community celebrates Easter

It was actually one of those days were you rather stay in an air-conditioned room, or at least in the shade. But the morning heat could not keep any kid away from arriving even earlier than scheduled for the Easter Party, organized by the Chiang Mai US community.

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Chiang Mai Sixes bowls more supporters with friendship, and sporting fun

This year’s Chiang Mai International Cricket Sixes tournament kicked off in usual party style last Saturday evening at the Pornping Tower Hotel. A free flow of drinks, eats and good friendship were provided at the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) sponsored ‘Welcome Cocktail Party’.

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A trip to Koh Chang

Grades 7 and 8 of the Christian German School Chiang Mai went on a weeklong field trip Koh Chang. The Koh Chang is the second largest island after Phuket, and is located off Trat’s coastline.

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Prof. Michael Leuschner performs at Gong Dee Studio

For many of us the most treasured part of our private belongings is our collection of recordings of classical music. Twenty four hours a day great musicians from all over the world are ready to present us with their interpretations of almost any composer we can think of. But every now and then we long to attend a live concert, where a musician performs in our presence, making a direct ‘contact’ between the artist and the audience possible.

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